People with eating disorders can't get adequate health insurance coverage: The high cost of starving | Independent Weekly

Amy Lambert looked at her cup of fat-free yogurt and painstakingly ate every bite. She began to panic, and in one quick motion the empty cup hit the trashcan and Lambert was lacing her running shoes. She spent the next hour burning the 100 calories she had just consumed—and the others her body was desperate to store for survival. But running was her only comfort for the overwhelming loss of control eating made her feel.

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